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Old 12-04-2011, 07:23 PM   #1
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Is anyone running the Bilstein PSS9's if so can you please talk about it. I'm looking into street/track suspension. If I don't do Bilstein PSS9 coilovers then I'm going to try the D2 Track. Here are the ones I'm taking about http://www.good-win-racing.com/Mazda...-1070pss9.html
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Been a while since heard PSS9... Would do the Xida CS if I were you.
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JayL had them iirc. He said they were way too soft for the track.
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Been a while since heard PSS9... Would do the Xida CS if I were you.
Are they really worth the $2200
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Are they really worth the $2200
**** yes. I know it's a lot of cash, especially for someone like me who does not own anything that generates revenue, but it's worth it.
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Pm spoolin2bars about D2's thats what he has been on for 2 seasons. Stay away from the pss9 for track suspension, the rates are like 350/250.
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Im going to have to look for the spring rates to go with on those CS, so many options to choose from :-)
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